London Paddington Trains
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About London Paddington Railway Station
London Paddington Railway Station, is a central London railway terminus and London Underground station complex and has been the London terminus of the Great Western Railway and its successors since 1838.
The station is the terminus for services from Reading, Bristol, Cardiff, Swansea, Oxford, Newbury, Taunton, Exeter, Plymouth, Penzance, Cheltenham, Worcester and Hereford, and for inner- and outer-suburban services. Paddington is in fare zone 1.
London Paddington Railway Station has an additional role as the London terminus for the dedicated Heathrow Express airport service.
London Paddington is the London terminus for long-distance high-speed trains operated by First Great Western Trains.
The most important destinations to or from Paddington are Reading, Didcot Parkway, Swindon, Bristol Temple Meads, Bath Spa, Cardiff Central, Bristol Parkway, Newbury, Exeter St David's and Chippenham.
Other important long-distance destinations are Taunton, Plymouth and Penzance in the West Country, Hereford and Worcester in the West Midland, and Newport with Swansea in South Wales.
First Great Western assigns numbers to the pocket timetables it publishes, and its services to Bath, Bristol, Weston-super-Mare and South Wales are in timetable number 1.
An integrated timetable is offered between Paddington and Rosslare Europort in Ireland via the Stena Line ferry from Fishguard Harbour railway station with through ticketing to stations in Ireland and a daily morning and evening service in both directions, changing at Newport, Cardiff or Swansea.
Paddington is also the terminus for the suburban trains to West London and the Thames Valley, also operated by First Great Western. The most important destinations are Slough, Maidenhead, Oxford, Ealing Broadway, Hayes, Harlington, Newbury, West Drayton, West Ealing, Twyford, Windsor and Eton.
If your rail journey from to London Paddington entails a comute between another London Network Rail mainline train station the price of your train ticket will include the underground rail transfer to London Paddington. If you prefer you may also travel to London Paddington by bus.
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London Paddington Split Tickets
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